Snow Dragon
Christmas
Thursday 28 November - Tuesday 31 December

The Snow Dragon

Wheee! 2019
Special Events
Sunday 26 May - Sunday 2 June

Wheee! Festival 2019

DNA
Theatre
Tuesday 14 May - Saturday 18 May

DNA

By Dennis Kelly

Bauhaus
Exhibitions
Saturday 2 March - Sunday 2 June

Homage to the Bauhaus: The Kirkland Collection

Romantic Facts
Manuscripts and Special Collections
Friday 10 May - Sunday 25 August

Romantic Facts and Fantasies

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Easter Opening Times 2019

Friday 19 April
Cafés: 10am-4pm
Box Office, Galleries, Museum & Shop: 12noon-4pm

Saturday 20 April
Usual Saturday opening times

Sunday 21 April
Box Office, Galleries, Gallery Café, Museum & Shop: CLOSED
Pavilion Café: 10am-4pm

Monday 22 April
Djanogly Gallery, Shop, Museum, Gallery Café and Weston Gallery: CLOSED
Box Office & Wallner Gallery: 12noon-4pm
Pavilion Café: 10am-4pm

Gallery Art Group and Lakeside Youth Theatre now rebooking

Rebooking is now open for our Gallery Art Group and Lakeside Youth Theatre groups. Find out more about the sessions here and call Box Office on 0115 846 7777 for up to date availability.

Wheee! 2019 Volunteers needed

Wheee! is Lakeside’s international children’s theatre and dance festival and takes place from Sunday 26 May - Sunday 2 June. We're looking for volunteers to support the smooth running of the Wheee! Free Family Weekend on Saturday 1 & Sunday 2 June. Find out more over on a our jobs page.

Lustre applications now being received

Are you a maker? We're welcoming applications to our annual craft fair, Lustre until Tuesday 23 April. Get all the info here.

Homage to the Bauhaus

The Kirkland Collection

Saturday 2 March - Sunday 2 June

In the centenary year of the founding of the influential Bauhaus art school in Weimar, Homage to the Bauhaus considers the impact of the school’s teachings and aesthetic ideas on artists and photographers in the twentieth century.

From artists who taught or studied at the Bauhaus itself to those whose work bears the imprint of its influence, this exhibition explores the many ways in which Bauhaus ideas were received and put into practice by succeeding generations of artists.